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• Via MSNBC: “‘WikiLeaks… Butterfly doesn’t,’ boasts Butterfly brand sanitary pad company in their new campaign, which is gracing two billboards in Karachi, Pakistan’s capital. A print campaign and a third billboard are on the way, RG Blue Communications, the ad agency behind the campaign…” Clever. But Pakistan? Weird. [MSNBC]

• Did Jon Gruden have something to do with Randy Shannon getting fired at Miami? [SPORTSbyBROOKS]

• Oh my God! Mass teddy bear suicide at minor league hockey game! [Off the Bench]

• Danny Woodhead gear is outselling Wes Welker and Tom Brady stuff. [Larry Brown Sports]

• Tiki Barber likes to get pornographic with his football analysis. [Bob’s Blitz]

• Clearly, Chargers NT Antonio Garay spends more time on his hair than a woman does. [Busted Coverage]

• The Tiger Woods Drama was voted AP Sports Story of the Year. You know, because it had so much to do with sports. [Awful Announcing]

• My pals at R&R give out their college football awards, and trust me, these aren’t your boring, run-of-the-mill awards. [Rumors & Rants]

• NCAA Volleyball groupies rule. [Hugging Harold Reynolds]

• Apparently, Drew Brees is well-mannered. [The Last Angry Fan]

• Yeah, I suppose a Tim Tebow start in Denver could be intriguing… [The Legend of Cecilio Guante]

• An amusing series of Celtics Photoshops. [TAUNTR]

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